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Born: 1911

Architect, Painter, Art Critic, Writer, Lecturer

BA (London); HonArch

F.R.S.A., A.R.I.B.A., M.I.A., M.A.I.C.A.

Born in Rondebosch, Cape son of William George Anderson. Was educated in Haileybury College, Hertford and the University College, London. Practiced his various professions in London, UK, until 1940. Served as Senior Controller, Fighter Operations in the RAF during WW2. Appointed Senior Lecturer from 1947 to 1970 at the University of Cape Town in the Combined Faculty of Fine Art and Architecture. Served as Art Critic with the Cape Times from 1947-1955. Held numerous one-man shows and contributed to many Group Art Exhibitions. Served as Councillor of the SA Association of Art, was founder member of the Seven Arts Club, Trustee of the SA National Gallery, Cape Town.

(F.R.S.A., A.R.I.B.A., M.I.A., M.A.I.C.A.)

Books citing ANDERSON

SAWW & Wooten & Gibson. 1963. Who's Who of Southern Africa 1963. Johannesburg: Wooten & Gibson (Pty) Ltd. pp 99

SAWW & Gibson, PJ (Managing Editor). 1965. Who's Who of southern Africa 1965. Johannesburg: Combined Publishers. pp 105